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Williston Police Reports

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Expelled student returns, arrested

By The Staff

The Williston Police Dept. has announced the following arrests.

Chauncee Meyers, 17, of Southeast 10th Street, Williston was charged with trespass upon school grounds.

According to the report, Meyers was expelled from school but was on the grounds threatening other students. One student reported receiving a text message that said he would be killed.

Meyers was located sitting on a bench near the hospital. He was arrested and taken to the county jail.

Joshua C. Bradshaw, 18, of Northeast 166th Avenue, Williston, was charged with operating a vehicle with no valid driver’s license after he was stopped for not having a tag light.

Andrew John Tobias, 75, of Southeast 1st Avenue, Williston, was accused of battery after an incident with a woman at his home.

Stepheon D. Rives, 21, of Northeast 200th Avenue, Williston, was arrested on a Levy County warrant for possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, driving while license suspended or revoked, resisting a law enforcement officer without violence, reckless driving and leaving the scene of an accident with property damage. Total bond $14,000.

Jesus V. Estrada, 39, of Ocala, was charged with operating a vehicle while license suspended three times after being stopped for failing to stop at a stop sign.

Clifford Hill, 39, of Northeast 40th Street, Williston, was charged with theft by shoplifting after being stopped by management at Hitchcock’s for allegedly taking three packages of meat.

Nicholas Thomas Eufemia, 23, of Morriston, was charged with driving while license suspended or revoked after being stopped for failing to observe the move-over law.

Juan M. Maran (Mendoza), 20, of Williston, was charged with no valid driver’s license after being stopped for failing to observe a stop sign.